Stress inoculation training refers to stress reduction method that helps people prepare for difficult situations that have occurred in the past and are likely to occur again in the future.

A technique developed by Donald Meichenbaum that attempts to prevent problems by "inoculating" patients to ongoing and future stressors. SIT involves educating patients about how certain app

raisal patterns lead to stress, teaching them to identify and cope with potential stressors, rehearsing these coping skills in the therapy setting, and consolidating these skills by applying them across a range of real-life, stressful situations.

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